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31 January 2019

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“Beatrice” single by Wlady & T.N.Y (feat. lossa)

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LOSSA TWITTER: https://twitter.com/iossaofficial?lang=en Over the last few years, pop music from one corner of the globe to the next has started to adopt a much more surreal tone that has stirred the attention of critics and stoked interest in a revitalized postmodern movement. “Beatrice,” a new track by DJs Wlady & T.N.Y. that features singer […]

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30 January 2019

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Black9 releases “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around”

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Alternative metal trio Black 9 reimagine an iconic rock ballad in “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around,” which arrives at the doorstep of listeners packing a heavy punch and just as much emotion and spirit as the classic did some thirty-eight years ago. Anyone who loves old school rock n’ roll knows this Tom Petty and […]

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25 January 2019

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Dave Vargo releases sophomore LP

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A rustic acoustic guitar strums to life and wanders down a dark, ominous path of minor key swing as we enter “This Time Around,” one of two new songs that Dave Vargo is releasing ahead of his brand new sophomore LP, which is due out later this year. Vargo’s vocals come sliding into focus at […]

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25 January 2019

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David Anderson releases Lake Placid Blue LP

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Acclaimed singer and songwriter David Anderson translates unspoken emotions with ease through little more than a guitar, some hard-hitting lyrics and a collection of unvarnished hooks in his new LP Lake Placid Blue. In nine affective songs, he touches on love (“I Won’t Break Your Heart”), retrospection (“Trouble All My Life,” “Mystic Knights of the Folk-Rock […]

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25 January 2019

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Rachel Reese releases new single

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URL: http://rachelreesemusic.com/about/ If you’ve been looking for an organic country sound with all the sensibilities of streamlined contemporary pop music, look no further than “Dozen Roses,” the exciting new single from rising star Rachel Reese. The young country singer cuts loose in her latest song, which rides high on a stellar riff that is almost […]

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25 January 2019

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Chris Ruben Band release Stomach Coil

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URL: http://www.thechrisrubenband.com/ The Farmingville, New York based five piece Chris Ruben Band has rapidly established a reputation as one of the foremost love acts working the East Coast concert scene, but their purview expands far past those confines and includes high profile appearances at Austin’s SXSW festival as well. One listen to their latest single […]

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22 January 2019

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“Something About U (The Retro-Funk Mix)” by Ronnue

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“Something About U (The Retro-Funk Mix)” by Ronnue Out of the box, “Something About U (The Retro-Funk Mix)” is ready to rock your world with a dreamy bassline that steps right out of a 70’s exploitation flick and onto the smoky streets of Seattle, where Ronnue is ruling the R&B underground and having a blast […]

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18 January 2019

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Terry Ohms releases Terryfirma

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URL: https://www.terryohms.com/ A sonic storm of epic proportions is raging within the nine songs that comprise Terryfirma, the brand new album from critically acclaimed songwriter Terry Ohms, and combatting it with decent headphones and an open-minded disposition is the only option that listeners have when embarking on the intrepid musical journey that it has to offer. […]

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15 January 2019

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Guitar Virtuoso Brady Novotny releases new LP

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Guitar god Brady Novotny shatters the barrier between artist and audience in his new album Passions Collide and extinguishes the notion that rock guitar as it was introduced to us some half century ago is dead and gone from our modern existence. Within just the first seven seconds of the eponymous opening track, Passions Collide is obliterating us with […]

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12 January 2019

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House of Curses releases self-titled EP

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Bulging basslines that know no boundaries skew drumming that gallops out of hell and ends up stampeding straight back, only to leave the earth scorched in the wake. Guitars duel with guttural vocals that are only a stone’s throw away from gilded harmonic singing that seems to echo long into infinity. The crunch of brilliantly […]

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